The Arab region witnessed the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, protest movements in some Arab countries known as the Arab Spring revolutions, through which people expressed the extent of marginalization, exclusion, and political and economic corruption. However, the response of the ruling regimes to these geostrategic changes varied from one country to another. The Egyptian regime, and before it the Tunisian regime, responded to these changes without using excessive violence against the people. However, this situation was fully reflected in both Syria and Libya The ruling regime in those two countries responded to the geostrategic changes by using violence, which initially led to conflict between the ruling regime and the groups opposing it, to develop this conflict further when the internal parties to the conflict witnessed the infiltration of many regional and international powers to the parties to the conflict, which misled it. over the course of the conflict.